Laser sensor

  • 07-Jul-2010 11:45 EDT
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Baumer's OADM 250 optical laser distance sensor was designed to detect target objects regardless of surface properties or color at distances from 0.2 to 4 m (0.66 to 13 ft). The compact OADM 250 offers response times of less than 10 ms, resolutions of 1.2 mm (0.05 in), and repeat accuracy of ±5 mm (±0.2 in) to deliver data on moving targets. Designed to supplement traditional laser distance sensors, the OADM 250 measures 25 x 66 x 51 mm (1 x 2.6 x 2 in) and features washable glass front optics and a robust aluminum housing to provide durability. The measuring range is adjusted using a teach-in button or separate wire, and an integrated alarm sounds if the target is outside the range. The sensor is suitable for various automated long-range part placement/detection, counting, and control monitoring applications including conveying, palletizing, handling/logistics, packaging, and assembly.

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